Updated 8/22/2019 (Because it was desperately needed)
The Brotherhood Archives hosts stories set in the Dias Brotherhood and is a cross-genre fantasy novel written by J. Ander. It all started out as a serialized experiment to a much bigger project. Hy’Ruh-Ha (Novel #1) was created as a stand alone fantasy novel that was written as a side story a larger novel that J. Ander is currently
slaving over working on sitting on. It isn’t your typical fantasy novel. It’s a high fantasy drama one might call it slice of life. See Author’s Note
Yes you do need to read them in order.
Soletus, a young elf, was looking forward to completing his monk training to become a Warden of the Dias Brotherhood. However, he is held back by his well-meaning, but strict father. Instead of joining the ranks, he is paired up with a traumatized shy boy name Mien. Between Mien’s anxious odd behavior and the crime he committed, helping him isn’t a duty that Soletus enjoys and isn’t one he’s been trained for. Soletus is about to give up on him until Mien saves his life. And Soletus decides that the boy deserves another chance despite what he’s has done.
Current novel and is ongoing. Takes place six years after the events in Hy’Ruh-Ha.
Wolf -Takes place 7 months after the events of Hy’Ruh-Ha and is about Oeric’Sheldmartin’s return home and reflection of his life to it’s current point. However, he comes face to face with someone he wishes to remain a ghost in his past.
Mask– Takes place four years after the events of Hy’Ruh-Ha and follows Mien discovering Kiao’s secret and trying to keep it when they stumble on a plot to manufacture an illegal substance.
UnMasked- Takes place a couple monks after Mask. It’s a Kiao story.
Rating: Everything is T and SFW
I tried to keep Hy’Ruh-Ha for all ages but it’s not. There are some things that happen in this story that aren’t appropriate for younger readers or sensitive readers. So parents, you’ve been warned. There is the rare language, fantasy violent, discussions about abuse, and one depiction of what one might consider abuse that’s near the end.
Other Warnings: This story Contains Religious Content.
While I don’t consider this a Christian Story my faith does echo a bit in this story. This novel depicts members of a religious order. While it’s not a plot point, the characters are religious and may talk about their religion from time to time. If you don’t like it, then don’t read. It’s not a story or everyone. I’m not going to lie. I mean, self-indulgence at it’s finest.
J. Ander is a dyslexic fantasy writer who spends vast amounts of time daily attached to a keyboard. Some believe it’s a product of extreme introversion. Others are fairly certain it’s just a sign of craziness.